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March 27, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 19

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News: Starving students raise awareness

Beginning on March 24 at noon and ending at 6 p.m. on March 25, 75 members of the Susquehanna community fasted to raise awareness about those who hunger around the world.
This event, known as the 30 Hour Famine, also raised more than $500 to...

News: SGA selects junior student as representative

Sophomore Kyle Robertson has been named the 2009-10 junior student representative on the Susquehanna University Board of Trustees after an election by the senate of the Student Government Association (SGA).

According to junior and SGA public...

Living & Arts: 'American Idol' winner plays to full house

More than 330 students packed into Trax on Monday, March 23 to see American Idol season seven winner David Cook perform a private concert for the Susquehanna student body.

The surprise performance was announced at the Student Activities ...

Forum: Volunteer plans to fight fear

Norman B. Rice once said, "Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light."

There are many people who are living in hunger, poverty and anguish all around the world. So, what can people like us do to help...

Sports: Crusaders even up after doubleheaders

The Crusaders' softball team split their doubleheader with Dickinson, 2-0 and 1-3, at the Sassafras Fields Complex on March 24.

Sophomore pitcher Cara Swerdlow struck out nine batters during game one, allowing no walks and only three hits, while...

Sports: Crusaders dominate over weekend

The Susquehanna baseball team lost for the first time in the last four games as they dropped a non-conference game against Keystone in La Plume, 16-3, at Christy Mathewson Field.

The Crusaders were led by sophomore infielder Justin Portzline who...



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